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China

China’s financial opening isn’t quite what it seems

By ANDREW POLK / Pic By BLOOMBERG
Although trade tensions between the US and China show no signs of abating, there are some reasons for cautious ...
Feminism

A feminist strike that failed

Because the feminists have attacked the centre of Russia’s political power, it did not meet the resistance they merited
By DMITRY KOSYREV / Pic By ...
Clothing

The future of clothing isn’t in tatters

By VIRGINIA POSTREL & ADAM MINTER / Pic By BLOOMBERG
There are two textile-obsessed columnists at Bloomberg View. One, based in Kuala Lumpur, is ...

Only the US can sustain the peace in Taiwan

By HAL BRANDS / Pic By BLOOMBERG
Recent weeks have seen significant developments in the awkward three-way relationship between Taiwan, China and the US ...

How the US gun lobby created the movement that threatens to swamp it

By FRANCIS WILKINSON / Pic By BLOOMBERG
You had to be there. As Americans took to the streets on Saturday, defying a political order that, in ...
Facebook

Facebook’s chronic evasions

By THE EDITORS / Pic By BLOOMBERG
Facebook’s business model is pretty simple. It offers a free service to connect users with loved ones and others of ...

Buying Wynn could be Genting’s jackpot opportunity to be in the big league

By DAVID FICKLING
Genting Bhd chairman Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay has never quite gotten over losing out on a Macau casino licence. The Malaysian gambling ...
Liu He

What China revealed at its NPC

By DANIEL MOSS / Pic By BLOOMBERG
In China, don’t forget the ones that got away. This month’s session of the National People’s Congress (NPC), the ...
Donald Trump

There’s a blamer-in-chief in the Oval Office — Trump never admits fault

By ALBERT R HUNT / Pic BLOOMBERG
President Donald Trump knows little history. But he can read a short take, so someone should slip him a copy of Dwight ...

Hurdles ahead for Indian equities

By TAN WEI YINE / Pic By BLOOMBERG
India’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 7.2% year-on-year for its third quarter of financial year 2018 (3Q18) ...
Euro currency

Eurozone — playing catch-up after 2008 financial crisis


By SHERMAN TAM CHENG WEI In the context of synchronised global growth, the outlook for the eurozone is as bright as it has been since global financial ...

The BoJ should focus on equities and banks

By STEVEN ENGLANDER
The Bank of Japan’s (BoJ) policy meeting on Thursday and Friday is likely to focus on its inability to spark a sustained rise in ...